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To Live Well is to Hide Well ( book )

    The most elusive and lethal Spy / Agent / Assassin of the 20th Century, who had survived undetected until now. An intelligence Agent that has worked for no less than 3 x different country's 'Military Intelligence Departments', before and during the course of WW2. Including incredibly rare photographs.
    This True Story (NON FICTION) book has amazed Military personnel / Journalists, including British Historians and WW2 Air Crash Investigation Experts.

    He is also the man during WW2 that writer Ian Fleming then Commander, promised Bronislaw, to write books about him!
    Military Journalists and historians are praising this highly rated book. Its strength, certainly is not the way it was written; rather it's what it contains that is the most amazing. Together with its supporting photos, evidence, even 
including a link to the Canadian TRIALS video.
    Showing documents and historically never seen before Military Photographs of this incredible man in action. Finally the answer to the mystery of the death of Polish PM Wladyslaw Sikorski.
    Bronislaw the man in question, created such an impact, that both Polish and British Intelligence Departments admired. He actually worked in conjunction with Ian and Robert 'Peter' Fleming and impressed Ian who was Assistant to Rear Admiral Godfrey, and Later Commander in 1942/3. His older brother was with MI6 Section 'D', the "James Bond"  section as it was known.
    This is a shockingly true story, that is supported with 'real evidence', and kept a secret for years; in fact this book was 80 years in the making!

    The true life story of Super Spy / Assassin - Bronislaw Urbański. And the real life action model of the James Bond model to Ian Fleming.

Fascinating and worth persevering with...

"....... as the author was working in a language (English) that is not their own. However the story is very interesting and sheds new potential light on the (Sikorski) assassination. It includes a lot of particularly interesting photos to support the story. I learnt things about the Polish underground as well, that I had not fully appreciated."

ANDREW REEDS - British Military, SAS, Military Journalist, MOD writer, Journalist, Businessman

Book review on AMAZON in the United Kingdom on March 5, 2021

We were taught at school how the Enigma was handed over to the British, how Bertrand fed info back and how Dilly Knox met the team in Warsaw, how a machine was smuggled here (excuse my putting it in a nutshell). However this book (and I paid for mine) is a fascinating, more detailed insight than you would teach a fifteen year old. Good read! "

GILL WILKINSON - Facebook Public forum - British Poles 

Book review 17th of July 2021



"Over the summer I constructed an inexpensive functional full-scale replica cross section of a B-24 Elevator and fixed Fairing. With this replica I was able to simulate and confirm with confidence that your father's sabotage of AL 523 caused the crash and death of General Sikorski. In my opinion and Garth Barnard’s, your father's story and his method are no longer in doubt. It is worthy of serious attention by historians."

Chris Wroblewski

WW2 AIR CRASH DETECTIVES : - Investigator of 'Sikorski's Last Flight' 

"General Wladyslaw Sikorski and 15 others were killed when the B-24 they were travelling in crashed shortly after take off from Gibraltar very nearly 77 years ago.
The crash on the 4th July 1943, where the pilot, Flight Lieutenant Eduard Prchal, survived, has been the subject of much discussion and debate. I would even go as far to say that this is probably the most talked about crash involving a high profile figure in the history of flight. The conspiracy theories have rattled on for years with the finger of blame, if it wasn't an accident, being pointed in many directions, but now, finally, the truth !"

Garth Barnard


"Now this makes sense, I have been studying about the Sikorski crash for many years, and I believe it. What an incredible 'account before and during the war....especially those photographs with MI6..."

Paul Jackard


"I have completed reading your book. I found the book interesting. You certainly had a unique relationship with an unusual father. It was interesting to read to first hand accounts of the wartime experiences of a Polish soldier throughout the war, and back in Pol..."

Henry Szlot